GREENLAND, Mich. -- Haven't made it out to Algomah Acres Honey House yet? Now is your chance before another busy summer begins!!
On Saturday, May 17, the 3rd Annual Arts and Starts Farmer’s and Artist’s Market will take place at 611 Plank Rd. in Greenland, Mich., at the former Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic church, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. EST, rain or shine, and is free and open to the public.
Live music will be provided by Elijah Halpin, Swallowtail, and Viney Willa, all playing traditional and folk-influenced tunes from the choir loft throughout the day. A savory lunch will be prepared by John, and free mead tastings will take place all day (over 10 types brewed in site in the Western UP’s only winery!)
Vendors will include a bakery and dessert fundraiser spearheaded by Michelle Smith benefiting the Ontonagon County Fair, Judy Hiltunen paintings and a painting activity for kids, Jenny Varecha’s art, Jody Wolf paper arts, Gini Moreau fibers and more, Colleen Szabo blockprints and Carrie with Clay Ocarinas, Bread by Joe, Brenda Walma Lapidary, Kim Nixon photography, Doug Kikkebush Glassworks, Grace Strong woven rungs, Finnsight cultural Finnish goods, Tammy Kero Artist, Jacalyn Salloum Hope Soap, Pamela Hecht wire wrapped jewelry, Wintergreen Farms, Presence Chainsaw Carving, and Mike Osborne woodworking. Organic heirloom plant starts will be for sale (tomato, peppers, cabbage, pumpkins, and more!) along with Algomah Acres Hive products.
Check out the Algomah Acres Facebook event page for updated information and highlights of what will be featured.